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Morning Performance


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St Magnus Festival
From St Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall,
Linda Ormiston introduces highlights from Orkney's annual midsummerfestivities, featuring this year's visit by a chamber group from the Elder School of Music in Adelaide, Australia.
Ross Edwards Barossa Pearl
Stockhausen Meeting Point from Aus den Sieben Tagen Elder New Music Ensemble, director Grahame Dudley
Schumann Fantasiestucke, Op 12 Ronald Brautigam (piano)
Piazzolla Bordel 1900 (L 'Histoire du Tango) Anthony Robb (flute), Patrizia Meier (harp) Quentin Grant Burnt Sky
Elder New Music Ensemble, director Grahame Dudley
Tavemer Sanctus; Benedictus (Missa
Gloria Tibi Trinitas) Dunedin Consort, Ben Parry (baritone)
Peter Maxwell Davies 7 In Nomine
Sinfonia 21, director Martyn Brabbins Matthias Schmitt
Ghanaia Colin Currie (marimba)


Introduces: Linda Ormiston
Director: Grahame Dudley
Piano: Ronald Brautigam
Flute: Anthony Robb
Flute: Patrizia Meier
Director: Grahame Dudley
Baritone: Ben Parry
Baritone: Peter Maxwell Davies
Director: Martyn Brabbins
Director: Matthias Schmitt
Unknown: Colin Currie

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Morning Performance

BBC Radio 3, 1 August 2002 11.30

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